Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.
Rumor has it the iPad 2 will continue the FaceTime trend in 2011; the iPad 1 had its fair share of trendiness in 2010; and BlackBerry sales are trending downwards from 2009.
Adobe's Acrobat X Pro features customizable tools; two new cloud-based services enable the creation and sharing of PDF documents online.
When browsing PDFs online, it's nice to read them in your browser, instead of downloading and opening them in Preview or some other app. Safari reads PDFs by default; here's how to make Google Chrome do the same thing.
Adobe's chief security executive said that the bull's-eye will be on the back of Reader X when the new version ships next month.
Adobe has released PDF Reader X, which features boosted security and a minimal browser interface.
This near-perfect document viewer packs a lot of power, thanks to a plentiful set of features.
The 9.4 update to both Reader and Adobe Acrobat Pro for the Mac tackles what Adobe calls "critical vulnerabilities" that could allow an attacker to take control of a machine.
Both the iPad and iPhone versions of the PDF file viewing app from Good.iWare now let users mark up PDFs with highlights and notes.
Readdle has updated its all-in-one PDF reader for iPad, ReaddleDocs, to version 1.6, which introduces a an entirely new PDF reader that features smooth horizontal scroll and complete support for highlight and notes annotations, as support for VGA output.